The ICAAHK Endowment Fund offers scholarship to elites from Hong Kong who are entering Imperial for an undergraduate programme. 

The Imperial College Alumni Association of Hong Kong (ICAAHK) Scholarships are awarded annually to outstanding Hong Kong students who are commencing their first year of undergraduate degrees at Imperial College London. The ICAAHK Scholarships are funded by the ICAAHK Endowment Fund, raised by the donations of Imperial College alumni, this year, a total of 3 scholarships (HK$50,000 for each scholar) will be offered in the 2018/19 session. Interested candidates may apply for the scholarship by filling out the below online form and uploading any supplementary documents where necessary. All application forms should be submitted on or before 31 August 2018, and all shortlisted candidates will be notified to attend an interview scheduled for 8 September 2018.

Information about the ICAAHK Endowment Fund may be found here.


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Academic Achievement - Examination Type (Include HKCEE, GCE, IB, HKDSE, etc) [Subject taken; Grade Obtained; Year]

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Extra-curricular Achievements - Please list out your extra-curricular activity awards, which may positively contribute to your application.

Personal statement - Please describe: (i) the key aspects which make you an outstanding candidate for this Scholarship award; (ii) what you wish to achieve in your studies at Imperial College London (maximum 300 words)

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